Watch Your Mouth | Hidden Brain If you're bilingual or multilingual, you may have noticed that different languages make you stretch in different ways. In this month's Radio Replay, we ask whether the structure of the languages we speak can change the way we see the world. We'll also look at how languages evolve, and why we're sometimes resistant to those changes.
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Radio Replay: Watch Your Mouth

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Radio Replay: Watch Your Mouth

Radio Replay: Watch Your Mouth

Radio Replay: Watch Your Mouth

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If you're bilingual or multilingual, you may have noticed that different languages make you stretch in different ways. In this month's Radio Replay, we ask whether the structure of the languages we speak can change the way we see the world. We'll also look at how languages evolve, and why we're sometimes resistant to those changes.

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Explaining a Concept. To make something plain or comprehensible; to make understandable the nature or meaning of something.
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